You may or may not remember, but the Blue Jays and Astros stuck a huge deal in July involving 10 players in the J.A. Happ deal.
It was the largest trade you will probably ever see involving a boatload of semi-talented players, with the exception of The Player to Be Named Later.
On Thursday, that player was swapped out and announced as Kevin Comer, a right-handed pitching prospect the Jays drafted in the second round in 2011.
Comer’s only experience has been in rookie ball, having pitched 10 games. He is a marginal prospect at best, and will join the Astros organization and report to Greeneville, Houston’s rookie affiliate.
In 43.1 innings this season, the 20-year-old has a 3.95 ERA, with 29 strikeouts and eight walks.
He has reportedly touched 96 mph with his fastball in the past, but his velocity has dipped this season.